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Feb 1, 2013 9:00pm PST
that this the is one of the reasons police are focusing now on dan farren would died several years ago. police on tuesday took jack ham intera home on masonic street where he used to live an investigator up the basement floor looking for evidence to link him to the young boy. home is right across the street from kevin's old school. our sources say farren had a dog that is important because 2 witness told police they saw last saw kevin talking to a man with a large dog. one even saw them together in front of farren house. during this week search cadaver dog located bones if the basement there are of the home. police believe they are animal bones not human. but they have sent them to the crime lab just to be sure. >> now in the east bay this is video from you tube of home being broken into last we can car pull up. 2 women knock on the door nobody answers 2 men walk up. one smashes the door with the foot until it opens. there you see it. kicking the door in. owner says they stole the husband prized ring. this home has been burglarize befor before. police spotted the car in pittsburgh a
Feb 5, 2013 4:30am EST
orange got 18 points from c.j. farren who ustough defense. roger goodell said the power outage will not impact the city of new orleans of hosting the show. and beyonce halftime show did not affect the power. >>> it was 108.4 million people, that make the it the third most watched tv game in sports history. but the super bowl did set a new record of 24.1 twitter posts. central media around the world was way up except for people in greenland and russia. >>> around the parents of the two super bowl coaches, jack and jackie harbaugh had a difficult time during the super bowl according to governor chris christie sitting next to them. >> they looked almost physically in pain. at the really did. i felt awful for them. they're just wonderful people. kind people, we had conversations during halftime. they were wonderful folks, but they were clearly in misery. >>> finally in europe, the investigation of world soccer has uncovered hundreds of expected cases of match fixing. authorities said there were 380 suspicious cases of match fixes in europe and another 300 around the world. >> early
Feb 7, 2013 7:00am EST
veterans. host: according to the department of veterans affairs, the estimated numbers of farren suicides per day by year in 2007, 18. 2008, 21. 2009 and 2010, 22 suicides per day. is that higher than the civilian average? it seems high. guest: the number of veterans suicides per day is a tragedy. it is something that we need to pay attention to. the actual numbers may or may not have increased. what we are doing is getting better data. the 18 per day was an estimate. some people call it a back of an envelope estimate. it is way too high. we need to pay attention to it. one of the things that we have done in the army is we have information about every suicide and the army. we know why someone killed themselves. it issues related to a relationship break up or getting into trouble at work. we know the stressors. we do not yet know the stressors add -- that cause some to commit suicide. younger and older veterans are different populations. we do not know for sure why there is suicide. most of us believe it is unemployment, substance abuse. and the civilian world, it is comparable to the civi
Feb 25, 2013 3:00am PST
cologist that was conducting a study doing this sort of they have farren fares conduct. this is not isolated where we see abuse. it seems to be male fillings doing this, whether it ab female population or minor patient population typically so there is a press didn't. there are cases that have been prosecuted and have been successful in the past. >> who is -- the doctor took his own life. he is not here. so who is responsible? is it johns hopkins? >> from our perspective, it certainly is. there are a lot of questions in the civil discovery process but for this to go on for so many. he was an employee of hopkins. he didn't have privileges there. he was a direct employee for 25 years. we will be bringing counts for negligent hiring supervision and retention, that they failed to suspect -- detect this activity. clearly asking questions. one patient made a complaint and no longer wanted to see him any more and switched doctors. so we think that there is a lot of information there likely that will be uncovered that they knew or should have known
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